- Sjava has taken to social media to share that he no longer supports Kaizer Chiefs
- The musician told a curious fan that he used to support Amakhosi in the past but has stopped
- The star said some of the players who made him support the team have passed on and some have stopped playing soccer
Sjava has revealed that he no longer supports Kaizer Chiefs. The team is one of the most supported and most successful teams in the country.
The rapper took to social media on Sunday, 2 August to reveal to a fan that he longer supports the current PSL league leaders because some of the players that made him fall in love with the team have either stopped playing soccer or have passed away.
The musician was asked by a tweep, @eshula_6852, whether he supports Kaizer Chiefs or its arch-rivals Orlando Pirates. Sjava made it clear to the tweep that he used to be a Chiefs fan. He replied:
"I used to support Chiefs but the players I used to support or that made me support it abasalidlali ibhola abanye sebashona (don't play soccer any more while others have died)."
Another surprised fan asked Sjava: "So you don't support Chiefs any more?"
The Hello hitmaker reiterated his previous answer. sounding a bit annoyed.
"Kanti awuzwa yini ukuthi ngithini (Can't you hear what I'm saying)?"
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu has proved that he is a man of many talents. The rapper's album is doing very well and has even been nominated at this year's SAMAs.
The star recently made his debut on one of Mzansi's most-loved soapies, Uzalo. The viewers of the popular SABC1 show were impressed by his acting skills. The KZN-born entertainer shared a clip of one of the scenes of the telenovela on Twitter and his fans couldn't believe how good of an actor he is.
Big Zulu is not new to acting. He spent a few months on Isibaya. But after Isibaya, he focused more on his music career. He released a smash album titled Ungqongqoshe Wongqongqoshe and it is definitely a success. The rapper's album has been nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category.
Inkabi's fans who did not get a chance to watch him on Isibaya finally got to see their fave on their small screens this week. Many of them, who commented in Zulu, urged Big Zulu to find a balance between acting and rapping.
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